Species: Lophelia pertusa

Number of items: 10.

Community of mussels, sea stars, tube worms and stony coral in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): 165
Behaviour: Community at base of rig

Deep sea hard coral (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea > West of Shetland > Schiehallion
North Sea > West of Shetland > Schiehallion

Depth (m): 450
Behaviour: Attached

Deep sea hard coral (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Gulf of Mexico > Tiger
Depth (m): 2750
Behaviour: Amongst debris in mussel bed

Lophelia and plumose anemones living on a riser in the North Sea (3 files)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): 165
Behaviour: Attached to riser

Lophelia colony and sea star in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): 165
Behaviour: Attached to subsea structure

Lophelia colony in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): 100
Behaviour: Living on riser

Lophelia living on a riser in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): 165
Behaviour: Living on riser

Lophelia pertusa (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Whittard Canyon
Depth (m): -1346.86

Lophelia pertusa (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > Rockall Bank
Depth (m): 218

Pollack, plumose anemones and Lophelia pertusa in the North Sea (1 file)
Site: Atlantic > North Sea
North Sea

Depth (m): 165
Behaviour: Lophelia and Metridium attached to subsea structre. Pollack swimming around structure

This list was generated on Wed Oct 1 06:02:23 BST 2014.


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